AspirantWorld One liners : 25th March

• The Delhi National Capital Territory Government (Amendment) Bill, 2021. After the Constitution comes into force, there are four states, called Parts A, B, C, and D. The last two states are managed by the Chief Commissioners and Lieutenant Governors appointed by the central government. There is no local elected assembly to provide assistance and Consult them. Delhi was originally part C state.

• Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is paying an important visit to China. The visit was conducted shortly after the China-US relations conversations took place in Alaska. Following the first summit of leaders of the Group of Quad (India, Australia, Japan and the United States). He asserted that the relationship between Russia and China is currently the best in history.

• The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) established a five-member Standing External Advisory Committee (SEAC), led by former Reserve Bank of India Deputy Governor Shyamala Gopinath, to evaluate applications from Universal Bank and Small Finance Bank (SFB). The Standing External Advisory Committee (SEAC) will be composed of prominent individuals with experience in the banking, financial sector and other related fields.

• The Minister of Finance of India urges advanced economies to expand their commitments to climate finance and technology transfer, which is essential to achieving climate-related commitments and goals. The Minister delivered a speech at the International Conference on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (ICDRI). Local, national or transnational financing-drawn from private, public and alternative financing sources referred by Climate financing.

• The United Nations Office of Project Services (UNOPS) has established a partnership with the Danish government to support India’s flagship project, Jal Jeevan’s mission in Uttar Pradesh. Provide strategic technical support for Jal Jeevan Mission (Water Project). UNOPS should focus on establishing a scalable delivery model in the 11 key water protection areas in Bundelkhand and Vindhya regions in the Uttar Pradesh region.

• After determining the products and services with export potential, the government has prepared draft regional export promotion plans for 451 districts. The government’s goal is to achieve double-digit export growth from 500 districts within 3-5 years. Require states, with the assistance of the Directorate-General of Foreign Trade (DGFT), to compile an annual “export ranking index” for districts related to export competitiveness.

• Minister of Jal Shakti informed Rajya Sabha of the Buldhana Pattern for water conservation. NITI Aayog has developed draft guidelines to integrate guidelines for the following activities: (i) Procurement of land to improve/construct national highways, state roads, and railways, and (ii) Water source protection projects through silt/deep water bodies.

• Every March 24th is World Tuberculosis Day, which aims to raise public awareness of the devastating health, social and economic consequences of tuberculosis, and to step up efforts to curb the global tuberculosis epidemic. March 24 was chosen to commemorate the anniversary of Dr Robert Koch’s discovery of the cause of tuberculosis (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) in 1882.

• The government has decided to extend the interval between the first and second dose of Covishield to 8 weeks in the ongoing vaccination campaign against Covid-19. Covishield is AZD1222 produced by the Serum Institute of India, which is a vaccine developed by AstraZeneca in cooperation with Oxford University. Some data from the AZD122 global trial show that extending the duration between two doses to 12 weeks can greatly improve its efficacy.

• India’s Shanghai Cooperation Organization Secretariat in Beijing participated in the Nowruz Festival celebrations. Nowruz is the New Year in Persia and a symbol of the arrival of spring in the northern hemisphere and it is a universal celebration of a new beginning, it wishes prosperity and welcoming the future. March 21 was officially recognized by the United Nations as the 2010 International Nowruz Day.

• The Dept of Science and Technology (DST) has funded a clinical trial at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Rishikesh to determine whether to recite the religious praise of Gayatri Mantra and perform Pranayama yoga practice. Help some patients improve the quality of rehabilitation and cure COVID-19 faster.

• The information was provided by the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Shri Santosh Kumar Gondwar, Lok Sabha. Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maan-dhan: This is the pension plan of the central department to ensure pension protection for unorganized workers. It was launched in March 2019. It is managed by the Ministry of Labor and Employment and implemented through the Indian Life Insurance Corporation and the Public Service Center (CSC).

• Digital works made by robotic artist Sophia (the world’s first robotic citizen) have been auctioned. A humanoid robot refers to a robot whose body shape is similar to a human body. The design of the robot is meant for functional purposes, which includes interacting with human tools and the environment, for experimental purposes, (the study of biped movement), or for other purposes.

• The government stated that as of February this year, more than 5.7 trillion rupees had been paid under the Attar Pension Yojana plan. Atal Pension Yojana (APY) solves the problem of old-age income security for the working poor and solves the longevity risk of workers in the unorganized sector. It encourages workers in the unorganized sector to voluntarily save for retirement. The government launched the plan on June 1, 2015.

• Telecommunications MoS represents India to participate in the 2021 World Summit on the Information Society Forum. The 2021 World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum represents one of the world’s largest annual gatherings of the “ICT for Development” community.

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